Since time immemorial, the history of the Okanagan began, long before the arrival of the Europeans. We are the Syilx-speaking people – the original inhabitants of a vast and beautiful territory that encompasses forests, grasslands, lakes and desert. For thousands of years, the Okanagan people were self-reliant and well provided for through their own ingenuity and use of the land and nature. We lived united as a nation with a whole economy, travelling the breadth and depth of our territory, hunting and fishing, growing and harvesting, crafting and trading to meet our needs.
Healing our Spirits through visual arts & music. Connecting with the land – with outdoor games. Build self love through discussions and yoga. Have fun learning things like body rhythms, capoeria, group songs, hip hop, poetry, dancing and so much…
Doing Business with the Government of Canada-Opportunites for Doing Business
Supporting Community Entrepreneurs – Business Start Up Basics
Meeting Human Resource Needs in Aboriginal Organizations
Sockeye Fry Release begins 9:30 am on Thursday May 15th, 2014 on Green Mountain Road.
Lunch will follow at the En’owkin Centre.
The Okanagan Nation Alliance calls for the Ministry of Children and Families to recognize the rights of Aboriginal Children and Families. This work has gone a long way creating coordination and partnerships to deal with generations of failed policies that…
First Nations Chiefs, Elders, Youth, community leaders and those working to support children and families will begin a direction action on February 14, 2014 at sites across the province.
The Okanagan Nation Alliance has attempted to engage the Ministry of…